In the Area
The Greater Philadelphia Expo Center in Oaks, PA. is our new larger venue with ample parking just steps away from the arena. visit www.phillyexpocenter.com for more information on the area.
Conveniently located next to many restaurants, (P.J. Whelihan's, Bob Evans, , Moe’s Southwest Grill , Buffalo Wild Wings, Uno Chicago Grill, Valley Forge Turf Club, Arnold’s Grill , Kamita Bistro, Cheeburger Cheeburger, to name a few) and fun family activities like; Arnolds Family Fun Center, Regal Theater, Philadelphia Rock Gym, and Sky Zone Trampoline Park.
Christmas shopping at the Philadelphia Premium Outlets and King of Prussia Mall and easy access, just a few miles, to the Valley Forge PA Turnpike exit.
Bridge St Phoenixville
Phoenixville Foundry & Heritage Center
PJ Ryans Pub Phoenixville
Great American Pub Phoenixville
Steel City Coffeehouse Phoenixville
Stable 12 Brewing Phoenixville
Colonial Theatre Phoenixville
black Lab Bistro Phoenixville
Bluebird Distilling Phoenixville
Molly Maguires Irish Pub Pub Phoenixville
iron Hill Brewery Phoenixville
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Coaches, consider making this competition a memorable one. Combine your competition with a trip to the National Historic Valley Forge Visitors Center . The visitors center has just undergone a massive face life and is a great way to introduce your young athletes to their historical roots.
The focal point of Valley Forge attractions is the 3,600-acre Valley Forge National Historical Park.
It was here that General George Washington forged his Continental Army into a fighting force, during the difficult winter encampment of 1777-78. Of all places associated with America 's War for Independence , none conveys the suffering, sacrifice and ultimate triumph more than Valley Forge . No battles were fought, no bayonet charges or artillery bombardments took place. Nonetheless, some 2,000 soldiers died - more Americans than were killed at the battles of Brandywine and Germantown combined. Valley Forge is the story of an army's epic struggle to survive against terrible odds, hunger, disease and the unrelenting forces of nature.
Today, the park is a lush, 3,600-acre expanse of rolling hillsides dotted with flowering dogwood trees. Washington's original stone headquarters has been restored and furnished; log huts have been reconstructed; and statues and monuments throughout the park remind visitors of our national heritage. Among them are statues of General "Mad Anthony" Wayne and Baron Friedrich von Steuben; and the Monument to Patriots of African Descent.
Stop at the Valley Forge Visitors Center at the junction of Rt 23 and N. Gulph Rd. Open daily, it features exhibits, artifacts, a gift shop and an18 minute film.